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GabbyJ

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Omg! He looks completely over their shenanigans in one of those photos :ROFLMAO:
 

JSal

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Omg! I can’t wait to see what his markings look like. So sweet.
 

Toa and Ross

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Those stripes! And the way he poses. What a charmer. Can't wait to see him in his forever home
 

Toa and Ross

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Those stripes! And the way he poses. What a charmer. Can't wait to see him in his forever home
 

Catzzzmeow

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So adorable. Thanks for sharing your baby pics with us.
 

Toa and Ross

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Those stripes! And the way he poses. What a charmer. Can't wait to see him in his forever home
 

Yoda mom

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@Elon Tick tick litter patter of the heart no doubt for your stunning baby!
Following closely for updates
 

Yoda mom

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@Elon absolutely adorable !,

Hope all went well at the vet
Keep us updated
 

Condo commando

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I would suggest you have a rule for yourself and housemates that whenever somebody has to open a door, they must first eyeball your little man. This breed is extremely curious and daring. They dart through an open door in the blink of an eye.
 

Elon

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Thankyou for the suggestion. I am concerned about that happening while away. My plan is to secure him to a large, climate controlled room. Likely with a TV on, all necessary food and bathroom facilities. Plus toys and plenty of comfortable places to cure up for a nap.
This will be only while I'm out for work, he'll get the run of the house for extra entertainment while I'm home of an afternoon.
 

Yoda mom

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@Elon Sounds like the room will be a perfect safe set up :)

be sure to tell guests always look down at their feet - these kitties like no other breed I ever had are always underfoot -
I had to tel guests to close toilet lid too from now on after it was left up and Toby fell in!
Same thijg with ovens , dishwashers , wash machine and dryers

I learned to open doors slowly taking a peek st the corner when I came through
I trained mine to a meet n greet spot

Kitty proof for life :)

Ps if you are microchippijg be sure to make sure Company has the correct info an update if any change of addresses or phone numbers
 

Condo commando

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Thankyou for the suggestion. I am concerned about that happening while away. My plan is to secure him to a large, climate controlled room. Likely with a TV on, all necessary food and bathroom facilities. Plus toys and plenty of comfortable places to cure up for a nap.
This will be only while I'm out for work, he'll get the run of the house for extra entertainment while I'm home of an afternoon.
I don't think the TV needs to be on. The room sounds like great idea.
 

Elon

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Love the idea of a greeting spot. I may use this.
In regards to the toilet seat.. I'm sure Toby got an unexpected bath. I have considered doing actual toilet training over litter, there are some negatives and obviously not natural for cats. What are your thoughts / experiences? I feel it may make it easier for travel, taking him into a public toilet.

Yes TV may be a bit much. Did get tranced into a YouTube clip of bird watching for cats though. Worth a look.. It's 6 hrs long. (no I didn't get to the end of the movie)
 
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